Sunshine and Fraser Coast region is known as the nature coast. Of these two regions, the Sunshine Coast would be more well-known to visitors, because of it being a holiday destination.

Sunshine Coast includes main sea-side locations such as Caloundra, Mooloolaba, Alexandra Headlands, Maroochydore, Marcoola, Coolum, Peregian Beach, Sunshine Beach, Noosa Heads and Noosaville.

In the Sunshine Coast hinterland there are a number of small towns which include Landsborough, Melany, Montville, Mapleton, Kenilworth, Nambour and Yandina.

The Fraser Coast includes Fraser Island and the towns of Cathedral Beach, Happy Valley, Eurong and Kingfisher Bay. 

The Great Sandy National Park covers most of Fraser Island, the largest sand island in the world. In or near the Cooloola National Park on the mainland are the delightful small villages of Rainbow Beach and Tin Can Bay.
In lieu of the island is Hervey Bay, a popular whale watching destination, with Maryborough as the largest inland town closest to the Fraser Coast.

Sunshine & Fraser Coast Tourism Listings

G’Day Adventure Tours

4x4 tours
  • Cotterill Avenue, Bribie Island QLD, Australia
  • 61 403728261

Sofitel Brisbane Central

City Location
  • 249 Turbot Street, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
  • 61 7 38353535

The Park Hotel Brisbane

City Location
  • 551 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill, Queensland, Australia
  • 61 7 58808545

Travel Sunshine & Fraser Coast, you will find that the Sunshine & Fraser Coast destinations are very varied and have great appeal for the visitor. Spectacularly draped around Sunshine & Fraser Coast is its towns which are  like no other Region.

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What's On in Sunshine & Fraser Coast

Whats on,  Sunshine & Fraser Coast has a number Events and live events and festivals all year round. Therefore, why not Indulge in epic food, wine or cultural festivals, watch one of its major events or while night away at music festivals.. Whats-On, Whatever you love to do, participate Aussie style by browsing the calendar in our Bulletin of Events. 

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Blacken Open Air

Ross River Resort 7829 Ross River Highway, Hale, Northern Territory

BLACKEN OPEN AIR is one of the world’s most remote heavy metal festivals. BLACKEN takes place in the Dead Centre of Australia and inspires an annual pilgrimage into the heart of the county. Now in it’s eighth year, BLACKEN OPEN AIR […]

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Caulfield Cup

Caulfield Racecourse Gate 22 Station Street, Caulfield, Melbourne, VIctoria

The nation will come to a virtual standstill as millions of people tune in to watch the drama unfold in the Caulfield Cup. It is usually a stepping stone for the Melbourne Cup with horses that can do the double […]

$60

Australian Open Tennis Grand Slam

Rod Laver Arena Olympic Boulevard, Melbourne, Victoria

Australian Open Tennis Grand Slam has been played at Melbourne Park when it officially opened in 1988. With the first tennis ball hit in January  Previously known as 'Flinders Park' or the 'National Tennis Centre. Melbourne Park's primary arena (Centre Court) was […]

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